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Description: Feb 25, 2015
It is a professional doctorate / first professional degree (qualifying degree) in some countries, including the Canada and United States, although medical training is entered after obtaining 90 to 120 credit hours of university undergraduate work and in most cases after obtained a Bachelors Degree. Other countries, like the Germany, United Kingdom and India, the MD is an advanced academic research degree similar to a PhD. In Britain, Ireland, and many Commonwealth nations, a qualifying medical degree is instead the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS, BM BCh, BM, MB BCh BAO, BMBS, or MBChB) and is considered equal to the MD and DO degrees in the U.S.. The Courses offered in this program are typical of the first 2 years of Coursework & Principal Clinical.

Course Requirements in Years I and II

Fundamentals of Medicine Course Requirements
Year I
Introduction to the Profession
Medical Terminology
The Molecular and Cellular Basis of Medicine
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Human Genetics
Patient-Doctor I
Introduction to Social Medicine and Global Health
Clinical Epidemiology and Population Health
Introduction to Health Care Policy
Scholarship in Medicine (SIM)*
Physician in Community (PIC)*
Integrated Human Physiology
Human Pathology
Medical Ethics and Professionalism

Year II
Human Systems
Human Development
Psychopathology & Introduction to Clinical Psychiatry
Patient-Doctor II

Principal Clinical Experience (PCE) Course Requirements

In order to proceed to the Principal Clinical Experience all students must complete certified training sessions in Mask Fitting and Basic Life Support, HIPAA and OSHA requirements, and an annual TB test, and required immunizations must be up-to-date.
Surgery (12 weeks)
Obstetrics and Gynecology (6 weeks)
Pediatrics (6 weeks)
Neurology (4 weeks)
Psychiatry (4 weeks)
Radiology (4 weeks)
Patient-Doctor III (longitudinal)
Primary Care Clerkship (longitudinal)
Principal Clinical Experience course (longitudinal)
Resources: OpenCourseware from U of Wisconsin School of Medicine, U of Virginia School of Medicine, Medical Student TV, MIT, UC Berkeley, Stanford along with many of the World's finest University's.
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